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Call for entry to all photographers  
Posted 5/4/15 announcements a call for entry to all photographers. We are a leading photography promotion website from China. This open call includes a month online exhibition and publication: [more]

Guide And Tips On 3D Interior Rendering Decorating At Home  
7/22/14 Posted 7/22/14

3D Interior Rendering Australia Try this on the wall behind a bed, under a breakfast bar, or even the ceiling! If your white walls are driving you crazy, but you're overwhelmed by color choices and are afraid you'll make a mistake, an accent wall could be the answer. If this is the case you should find the one that will be treasured and also work in your own dining space. 3D Interior Rendering California Hence whether be level design or any complex design, we animate all of them with perfection. T... [more]

The exhibition as exhibit in a public trial: Ai Weiwei's Evidence   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Ai Weiwei at Martin-Gropius-Bau April 3rd, 2014 - July 13th, 2014
Posted 5/15/14

Evidence, Ai Weiwei’s largest retrospective to date, opened on April 3rd and that is no coincidence. It was exactly three years ago that day that the most influential artist of China (some argue: of the world) was arrested at the Beijing Capital International Airport and jailed on charges of “economic crimes.” He was released after eighty-one days but has since been forbidden to leave Beijing. For every step outside his own courtyard he has to ask the police for permission, effectiv... [more]

THE UN-OFFICIALS | art before 85   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Zhao Gang, Feng Guodong, Zhu Jinshi, Ma Kelu, Yan Li, Wang Luyan, Zhou Maiyou, Tang Pinggang, Huang Rui, Li Shan, Li Shuang, Kang Wanhua, Guan Wei, Zhang Wei at Boers-Li Gallery March 1st, 2014 - April 12th, 2014
Posted 3/28/14

In 2014 Beijing's 798 Art District has transformed from its genesis as a haven for artist studios. The district is not only a showcase for star artists churning out work for an eager market, but also less recognized work of widely varying quality, and even kitsch souvenirs. With THE UN-OFFICIALS | art before 85, showing until April 12 at Boers-Li Gallery, visitors are treated to an idiosyncratic treasure of a recent Beijing past that in these environs seems far more distant. Dozens of works from... [more]

Ai Weiwei Invites Chinese President to His Berlin Exhibition  
3/17/14 Posted 3/17/14

Ai Weiwei, 2012, Photo by Gao Yuan, courtesy of Martin-Gropius-Bau Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is about to celebrate the opening his largest exhibition ever, and he wants Chinese President Xi Jinping to see it. In an interview with the Suddeutsche Zeitung published Saturday, Ai, an outspoke critic of China's ruling party, surpised art watchers by inviting Xi to his show set to open at Berlin's Martin-Gropius-Bau early next month. "It would be good if the president found the time to go visit th... [more]

From Realism to Radicalism: Speaking with Philip Tinari, Curator of Focus China 2014   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
at The Armory Show March 6th, 2014 - March 9th, 2014
Posted 2/27/14

The first Armory Show in 1913 introduced European avant-garde painting and sculpture to the American public. Roughly a century later the New York fair has chosen contemporary works from China to be its focus. Sixteen galleries will travel to New York from Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Hong Kong next week and about half of them will be bringing the work of a young generation. This year’s curator for the Focus section is Philip Tinari. Formerly the Chief Editor of LEAP magazine, Tinari i... [more]

Treasure in Liaoning Museum, Shenyang, China  
12/1/13 Posted 12/1/13

Liaoning Museum in Shenyang, my home city in Manchuria, the capital city of Qing Dynasty before the Manchu people conquered the Han China inside the Great Wall and made Beijing new capital, had many art and craft treasures, mostly as the legacy of the former imperial glory. Due to the fragility of those Chinese paintings and calligraphy on silk or paper, and my dwelling in the U.S. for more than half of my life now, I hadn't the chance to view most, if any, of those the most valuable works collected in t... [more]

Industrial Museum of China in Manchurian Shenyang  
11/20/13 Posted 12/1/13

Last September, when I returned to my home city, Manchurian Shenyang, I visited the Industrial Museum of China, located in the Tiexi District, which was the industrial quarter of Shenyang and the heart of the heavy industrial in China since 1910s through 1980s, when the changing demographics and economy model left the district behind, culminating in about 75% unemployment rate in 1990s in that district, whose population's plight was documented by a heart-retching documentary, Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tra... [more]

About Schmitz  
Marc Schmitz at Moproo Gallery April 20th, 2013 - May 2nd, 2013
Posted 7/16/13

"There is a Mongolian saying that artists are sky people, and to be an artist is a mission that you either follow the call for, or you don't, similar to the vocation of a shaman," said Marc Schmitz whose work is being exhibited at Shanghai's Moproo Gallery until June 2. In this exhibition, the artist presents a wide range collection of works, among them, the most recent paintings that have been completed at the Shanghai Peace Art Hotel, where he has been a resident artist for the last months of... [more]

Memory Making: The First Emperor's Legacy at the Asian Art Museum  
at Asian Art Museum February 22nd, 2013 - May 27th, 2013
Posted 5/10/13

China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco  photo by Gregg Chadwick  "I, Sovereign, am the First Emperor; my descendants will call themselves the Second Generation, the Third Generation, and will go on forever after." - The First Emperor, Qin Shihuang (259-210 BCE)    quoted by the historian Sima Qian (145-90 BCE)China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy currently on view at the Asian Art Museu... [more]

El Rivismo en China. Obras del artista español Ramón Rivas en Shanghai  
1/17/13 Posted 1/17/13

La Filosofía y los Conceptos que cimentan la aportación creativa del artista español Ramón Rivas, entran en uno de los países número uno en Arte y que sin duda se mostrará expectante y receptivo ante todo aquello que aporte novedad, creatividad e innovación, y por tanto, conocer y analizar esta nueva forma de expresión artística denominada Rivismo. China ha acogido artistas de todo el mundo para que expongan sus ob... [more]

Pop Culture Miner Jim Linderman Interview The Bund (Chinese) Text and Translation  
3/15/12 Posted 3/15/12

Complete Article and Translation HERE [more]

Maomerabilia Is Hot Property  
11/26/11 Posted 11/26/11

    By FRANCISCO LITTLE (c)   There is money in Mao. While the nation opens its arms to commemorate the 60 th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China in 2011, historic items spanning the past decades are changing hands with a fervor matching that of the Olympics’ souvenir hunters. And leading the memorabilia pack by a country mile is anything bearing the familiar face of Chairman Mao Zedong. Whether the revered father of the nation is adorning a porcelain bust, silk scarf, coffee mu... [more]

The Journey West Travel Office  
7/24/11 Posted 7/24/11

As an agent of Spectacle, tourism fulfills manufactured desires, and you can’t get more manufactured — or at least programmed — than guided tours. Tailor-made to your requirements? Maybe so, but within your tightly regimented schedule (value-for-money!) you’ll see only what you want to see. But maybe those restrictions can be put to use to provide a frame within which to re-view our understanding of the sites that we visit, through a critical engagement with the processes and assumptions of tourism... [more]

Ruins in Sanxingdui (Three-Start Mound) and Jinsha (Gold Sands), Sichuan, China  
4/23/11 Posted 4/23/11

Originally posted on The current exhibit (February 19, 2011 - May 8, 2011) at De Young Museum, San Francisco, Olmec: Colossal Masterworks of Ancient Mexico is very fascinating, allowing us a glimpse into that veiled page of long-gone civilization.  The description of this exhibit on De Young's web site states: Considered the "mother culture" of Mesoamerica and recognized as America's oldest civilization, the people known today as the Olmec developed an iconic and so... [more]

ICEBERG·iceberg being raised by the waves  
3/13/11 Posted 5/7/11

  ICEBERG·iceberg being raised by the waves , 作品尺寸:195x180cm,Crafted Xuan paper&Chinese ink 手工宣紙&中國水墨,2011,0313 作品原片,未經托裱! [more]

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